Kimberlite Ore with many diamonds!

Jackstraw20

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Wonderful find here in Colorado!
 

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ecmjamsit

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Where did you get tis sample?
 

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I wonder if it is a product of glacial movement. Was it near the Arkansas River valley? My partner found a raw diamond high banking near Granite. Maybe it was about a carat in size uncut. Keep an eye out for the really green soft rock near Independence Pass, it is chock full of gold and is easily crushed.
 
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I wonder if it is a product of glacial movement. Was it near the Arkansas River valley? My partner found a raw diamond high banking near Granite. Maybe it was about a carat in size uncut. Keep an eye out for the really green soft rock near Independence Pass, it is chock full of gold and is easily crushed.
Check this out!
 
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Sorry, but does not appear to be Kimberlite, nor diamonds....
I wasn't asking was sharing. I live near hot springs in Colorado and am very familiar with kimberlite. Everyone on this forum seems to have a negative agenda. Would you like some gold, I will send it to you free of charge. Can you believe a stranger would do that? Would you like some gold?
 
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I wonder if it is a product of glacial movement. Was it near the Arkansas River valley? My partner found a raw diamond high banking near Granite. Maybe it was about a carat in size uncut. Keep an eye out for the really green soft rock near Independence Pass, it is chock full of gold and is easily crushed.
It came from the hydrothermal vents that surround the town of Glenwood Springs, CO. There is truly a lot of kimberlite around here.
 

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